Grants:Simple/Applications/Wikimedia Taiwan/2021

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Application or grant stage: in progress
Applicant or grantee: applicant
Amount requested: 2,551,272 TWD (87,932 USD)
Amount granted: 87,932 USD
Funding period: 1 January-31 December 2021
Midpoint report due: 15 July 2021
Final report due: 31 January 2022

Background[edit]

Annual Plan[edit]

  • Link to any outside relevant document around your annual plan

Budget Plan[edit]

  • Link to your budget plan

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Staffing Plan[edit]

  • Link to your staffing plan - if you're asking for staff for the first time, please give a rationale (and talk to your program officer)

Wikimedia_Taiwan/Job_Description

Strategic plan[edit]

  • Link to your strategic plan if you have one

See the "Programs" paragraph below.

Introduction[edit]

  • Introduce your organization, give some context about it, highlight your strategic plan and some activities to give an overview.

Since 2017, we were supported by Simple APG continuingly enabling the local community in Taiwan to grow rapidly. This year, although our work was impact by the worldwide pandemic, our precaution and the government’s effort allowed us to resume our event under the government regulations after July. Only international projects were still on hold.

For a summary of this year’s projects, our education programs focus on how to cultivate students by enabling them to participate in projects and how teachers evaluate the edits on Wikipedia. As for our GLAM programs, while we cooperate with our partners, we also take the chance to improve some of the documents in Chinese. Moreover for the community projects, we officially announced the “Wikimedia Taiwan community’s Code of Conduct”.

Although with the pandemic, we will still plan for 2021 as the same way as we always did. Based on our existing result, we plan to continue our 2020’s strategic and raise the targets for the next stage. On the other hand, we won’t have any plan for offline international event because of the ongoing pandemic, but to do our best to present Taiwan community to the world.

Additionally, to make our execution more adaptive, while still maintain the 3FTE model, we will take one full time personal out and introduce two part-time into our team. One of them will focus on research and project management, and provide localized research and document construction for global Wikimedia movement, another will be responsible for running the community and education actives, as well as focus on the diversity of Code of Conduct practices and community expansion in Taiwan.

Programs[edit]

Education

In 2021, we will continue our early mentioned “three-year strategic goal”, further increase our influence on Taiwan education community; focus on supporting student communities and the connection with educator communities. In 2021, we will follow the “three-year strategic goal” and focus on the projects listed below:

  1. Support in-school Wikimedia club and the wiki ambassador program.
  2. Reach out to more Taiwan educator communities to promote our education program.

The work below will be our priority this year:

  1. Initiate the Wiki in school ambassador regulation.
    • Host at least three meeting discussing the regulation.
      • Student participators need to at least come from three different kinds of education institutions(National University, Private University, High school, vocational school, etc.)
    • Publish the regulation according to the discussion.
  2. Take part in Taiwan educational communities’ event.
    • Contact with more education communities by set up booths or deliver presentation.
      • Outreach to at least 5 new communities and 500 people.
    • Print out 1000 booklet for promotion before March.

GLAM and Wikidata

In 2020, we held quite a few cooperation with many GLAM institutions. With the help of our white paper, we show how the exhibition data can be imported into Wikidata and how to use Wikidata as an index to search for papers, information etc.

These projects will be continued throughout 2021, and we will further expand our infrastructure base on our experience in 2020.

In combinition with our previous experience, we wish to meet these tactical goals:

  1. Improve our popularity in Taiwan.
  2. Initiate Taiwan GLAM x Wikimedia program.

In order to complete these missions, we will:

  1. Improve our PR strategies:
    • Add at least two more type of case documents on GLAM page before April.
    • Provide open-data solution to GLAM through Wikimedia before May.
    • Prepare a brief introduce about GLAM before May
    • Print out 1000 flyers for cultural and art workers.
  2. Hold a Culture Salon to research the need of GLAM institutions.
    • Have at least 5 institutions participated.
    • Public the first GLAM requirement research before October.

As for improving Wikidata’s community, many cooperation with GLAM institution was related to technology’s application, we are planning to hold an event to showcase our result that we could further improve our visibility and increase our popularity at the same time.

The goals we hope to achieve are:

  1. Encourage further research in the application aspect.
  2. Encourage a meet up event to connect people.

In order to achieve these goals, we will:

  1. Create Chinese documents of the Wikidata functions (such as Bot introduction, Batch import, etc.)
  2. Encourage communities to hold at least three event focus on technology.
  3. Hold a big event with participant of 60 and 5 cooperative partners.

Diversity and community health

In 2020, with the help from communities, we published the “Wikimedia Taiwan community’s Code of Conduct”. In this year, we plan to take a step further and helping the community to execute this code. According to the code and other regulation, we will record and evaluate the development of Taiwan community, and will provide support or revisit some of the “in-adequate” rules.

To Improve community diversity, in 2020, we invited the Hokkien, Sakizaya, and Seediq communities to the COSCUP to introduce the Wiki community through their mother tongue. This has opened up community exchanges in different languages and this achievement will be continued in 2021. We will focus on the development of the multilingual aspect. Through the meeting, we hope to bring the different communities together and help the community to grow stronger as a whole.


Our goals to improve our community are:

  1. Execute the community code.
  2. Identify the current situation of the community.
  3. Encourage multilingual development in Taiwan Wiki community.

To accomplish the goal, we will:

  1. Collect information from the Taiwan Wiki community.
    • Meet with at least 3 organizers of the community to check on the current situation before September.
    • Follow up on the event and meet up of Taiwan community.
    • Observe the community reaction to the Code of Conduct.
    • Record and publish the information on meta-wiki for reference.
  2. Community Health
    • Publish the Community Health regulation before February.
    • Hold a meeting discuss the applicability of the regulation before December.
  3. Hold a meeting focusing on language other than Chinese (Taiwanese Hokkien、Hakka、Formosan languages etc.) before October.
    • Topic will be about community management and experience share.
    • Aiming to achieve 150 participants.

Grant Metrics Reporting[edit]

Metrics, targets and results: grants metrics worksheet here.

Midterm report[edit]

Program story[edit]

Please tell or link to one program story that showcases your organization's achievements during the reporting period. This can be another meta page, a blog post or any other source that tells your program story.

Program Progress[edit]

Education

In 2021, we will continue our early mentioned “three-year strategic goal”, further increase our influence on Taiwan education community; focus on supporting student community and try to connect with educator community. In 2021, we will follow the “three-year strategic goal” and focus on the projects listed below:

  1. Support in-school Wikimedia club and the wiki ambassador program.
  2. Reach out to more Taiwan educator community to promote our education program.

The work below will be our priority this year:

  1. Initiate the Wiki in school ambassador regulation.
    • Host at least three meeting discussing the regulation.
      • Students participator need to at least come from three different education institutions (National University, Private University, High school, vocational school, etc.)
      • The meeting will happen around October
    • Publish the regulation according to the discussion.
      • To be publish on-line around December
  2. Take part in Taiwan educational communities’ event.
    • Contact with more education communities by set up booths or deliver presentation.
      • Outreach to at least 5 new communities and 500 people.
      • Finished,there were 6 different institutions participated and reached about 700 people.(Department of History, National Cheng Kung University; Institute of Art History, National Central University; Zhudong Junior Highschool; Shih-Yu High School; Tainan Girls' High School and sch001)
    • Print out 1000 booklet for promotion use before March.
      • Late-finished in May

GLAM and Wikidata

In 2020, we held quite a few cooperation with many GLAM institutions. With the help of our white paper, we show how the exhibition data can be imported into Wikidata and how to use Wikidata as an index to search for papers or information etc.

These projects will be continued throughout 2021, and we will further expand our infrastructure base on our experience in 2020.

In combine with our previous experience, we wish to meet these tactical goals:

  1. Improve our popularity in Taiwan.
  2. Initiate Taiwan GLAM x Wikimedia program.

In order to complete these missions, we will:

  1. Improve our PR strategies:
    • Add at least two more type of case documents on GLAM page before April.
      • Postpone to August, finished parts of the document, layout design in progress.
    • Provide a solution for GLAM to open-data through Wikimedia before May.
      • Postpone to August, finished parts of the document, layout design in progress.
    • Ready a briefing to introduce to GLAM before May
      • Postpone to August, finished parts of the document, layout design in progress.
    • Print out 1000 flyers for cultural and art workers.
      • Postpone to September
  2. Hold a Culture Salon to research the need of GLAM institution.
    • To be held in November.
    • Have at least 5 institution participated.
    • Public the first GLAM requirement research before October.

As for improving Wikidata’s community, because many cooperation with GLAM institution was related to technology’s application, we think, if we hold an event to showcase our result, we could further improve our visibility and increase our popularity at the same time.

The goals we hope to achieve are:

  1. Encourage further research in the application aspect.
  2. Encourage a meet up event connecting people.

In order to achieve these goals, we will:

  1. Create Chinese documents of the Wikidata functions (such as Bot introduction, Batch import, etc.)
  2. Encourage the community to hold at least three event focus on technology.
    • Finished 2 out of 3,the OpenDataDay 2021 and the 27th monthly meet up all includes Wikidata technical discussions.
  3. Hold a big event with participant of 60 and 5 cooperative partner.
    • The OpenDataDay 2021 counted the first event, and in July 31, there will be an independent section at the COSCUP 2021. The third one is the Wikidata Birthday Forum in the second half of the year.

Diversity and community health

In 2020 we, with the help from communities, published the “Wikimedia Taiwan community’s Code of Conduct”. In this year, we plan to take a step further and helping the community to execute this code. According to the code and other regulation, we will record and evaluate the development of Taiwan community, and will provide support or revisit some of the “in-adequate” rules.

To Improve community diversity, in 2020, we invited the Hokkien, Sakizaya, and Seediq communities to the COSCUP to introduce the Wiki community through their mother tongue. This has opened up community exchanges in different languages and this achievement will be continued in 2021. We will focus on the development of the multilingual aspect. Through the meeting, we hope to bring the different communities together and help the community to grow stronger as a whole.


Our goals to improve our community are:

  1. Execute the community code.
  2. Identify the current situation of the community.
  3. Encourage multilingual development in Taiwan Wiki community.

To accomplish the goal, we will:

  1. Collect information of Taiwan Wiki community.
    • Meet with at least 3 organizers of the community to check on the current situation before September.
      • Interviewed three community members so far.
    • Follow up on the event and meeting of Taiwan community.
    • Observe the community reaction to the Code of Conduct.
      • Assisted three Wiki communities to adapt the code so far (WikiWomen、Mowiki、wikidata)
    • Record and publish the information on meta-wiki for reference.
  2. Community Health
    • Publish the Community Health regulation before February.
      • Communities has turned their focus on the influence of pandemic, it has forced us to postpone the publish of Community Health Regulation and to review the rationality of the regulation.
    • Hold a meeting discuss the applicability of the regulation before December.
  3. Hold a meeting focusing on language other than Chinese (Taiwanese Hokkien、Hakka、Formosan languages etc.) before October.
    • There will be an independent section at the COSCUP 2021 on July 31, which we invited communities from 6 different language to share their experience including recently incubated Sakizaya、Tayal and Seedia.(Section Agenda)。
    • Topic will be about community management and experience share.
    • Aiming to achieve 150 participants.

Spending update[edit]

Please link to a detailed financial report for your spending during the first half of your grant period. This should be in the same format as your detailed budget from your Simple APG application.

  • See Drive. The expenditure in the sheet includes covered by Simple APG and by other revenue sources.

Grant Metrics Reporting[edit]

Metrics, targets and results: grants metrics worksheet here.

Final report[edit]

Program story[edit]

Please tell or link to one program story that showcases your organization's achievements during the reporting period. This can be another meta page, a blog post or any other source that tells your program story.

Learning story[edit]

Please link to one learning story that shows how your organization documents lessons learned and adapts its programs accordingly.

Program Progress[edit]

Education

In 2021, we will continue our early mentioned “three-year strategic goal”, further increase our influence on Taiwan education community; focus on supporting student community and try to connect with educator community. In 2021, we will follow the “three-year strategic goal” and focus on the projects listed below:

  1. Support in-school Wikimedia club and the wiki ambassador program.
  2. Reach out to more Taiwan educator community to promote our education program.

The work below will be our priority this year:

  1. Initiate the Wiki in school ambassador regulation.
    • Host at least three meeting discussing the regulation.
      • Students participator need to at least come from three different education institutions (National University, Private University, High school, vocational school, etc.)
      • Done
    • Publish the regulation according to the discussion.
      • Almost done. The results of the interviews are being compiled and will be released as soon as possible.
  2. Take part in Taiwan educational communities’ event.
    • Contact with more education communities by set up booths or deliver presentation.
      • Outreach to at least 5 new communities and 500 people.
      • Finished,there were 6 different institutions participated and reached about 700 people.(Department of History, National Cheng Kung University; Institute of Art History, National Central University; Zhudong Junior Highschool; Shih-Yu High School; Tainan Girls' High School and sch001)
    • Print out 1000 booklet for promotion use before March.
      • Done

GLAM and Wikidata

In 2020, we held quite a few cooperation with many GLAM institutions. With the help of our white paper, we show how the exhibition data can be imported into Wikidata and how to use Wikidata as an index to search for papers or information etc.

These projects will be continued throughout 2021, and we will further expand our infrastructure base on our experience in 2020.

In combine with our previous experience, we wish to meet these tactical goals:

  1. Improve our popularity in Taiwan.
  2. Initiate Taiwan GLAM x Wikimedia program.

In order to complete these missions, we will:

  1. Improve our PR strategies:
    • Add at least two more type of case documents on GLAM page before April.
      • Postpone to August, finished parts of the document, layout design in progress.
    • Provide a solution for GLAM to open-data through Wikimedia before May.
      • Postpone to August, finished parts of the document, layout design in progress.
    • Ready a briefing to introduce to GLAM before May
      • Postpone to August, finished parts of the document, layout design in progress.
    • Print out 1000 flyers for cultural and art workers.
      • Done.
  2. Hold a Culture Salon to research the need of GLAM institution.
    • Done.
    • Have at least 5 institution participated.
    • Public the first GLAM requirement research before October.

As for improving Wikidata’s community, because many cooperation with GLAM institution was related to technology’s application, we think, if we hold an event to showcase our result, we could further improve our visibility and increase our popularity at the same time.

The goals we hope to achieve are:

  1. Encourage further research in the application aspect.
  2. Encourage a meet up event connecting people.

In order to achieve these goals, we will:

  1. Create Chinese documents of the Wikidata functions (such as Bot introduction, Batch import, etc.)
  2. Encourage the community to hold at least three event focus on technology.
    • Finished 3 out of 3,the OpenDataDay 2021 , the 27th&30 monthly meet up all includes Wikidata technical discussions.
  3. Hold a big event with participant of 60 and 5 cooperative partner.
    • The OpenDataDay 2021 counted the first event, and in July 31, there will be an independent section at the COSCUP 2021.

Diversity and community health

In 2020 we, with the help from communities, published the “Wikimedia Taiwan community’s Code of Conduct”. In this year, we plan to take a step further and helping the community to execute this code. According to the code and other regulation, we will record and evaluate the development of Taiwan community, and will provide support or revisit some of the “in-adequate” rules.

To Improve community diversity, in 2020, we invited the Hokkien, Sakizaya, and Seediq communities to the COSCUP to introduce the Wiki community through their mother tongue. This has opened up community exchanges in different languages and this achievement will be continued in 2021. We will focus on the development of the multilingual aspect. Through the meeting, we hope to bring the different communities together and help the community to grow stronger as a whole.


Our goals to improve our community are:

  1. Execute the community code.
  2. Identify the current situation of the community.
  3. Encourage multilingual development in Taiwan Wiki community.

To accomplish the goal, we will:

  1. Collect information of Taiwan Wiki community.
    • Meet with at least 3 organizers of the community to check on the current situation before September.
      • Interviewed three community members so far.
    • Follow up on the event and meeting of Taiwan community.
    • Observe the community reaction to the Code of Conduct.
      • Assisted three Wiki communities to adapt the code so far (WikiWomen、Mowiki、wikidata)
    • Record and publish the information on meta-wiki for reference.
  2. Community Health
    • Publish the Community Health regulation before February.
      • Communities has turned their focus on the influence of pandemic, it has forced us to postpone the publish of Community Health Regulation and to review the rationality of the regulation.
    • Hold a meeting discuss the applicability of the regulation before December.
  3. Hold a meeting focusing on language other than Chinese (Taiwanese Hokkien、Hakka、Formosan languages etc.) before October.
    • There will be an independent section at the COSCUP 2021 on July 31, which we invited communities from 6 different language to share their experience including recently incubated Sakizaya、Tayal and Seedia.(Section Agenda)。
    • Topic will be about community management and experience share.
    • Aiming to achieve 150 participants.

Spending update[edit]

Please link to a detailed financial report for your spending during the first half of your grant period. This should be in the same format as your detailed budget from your Simple APG application.

  • See Drive. The expenditure in the sheet includes covered by Simple APG and by other revenue sources.

Grant Metrics Reporting[edit]

Metrics, targets and results: grants metrics worksheet here.